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Batch Export in Final Cut Pro

If you need to export many clips and sequences with various dimensions and codecs, the Batch Export function in FCP can save you plenty of time.

1 Select the clips, sequences or bins in the Browser that you want to export.

2 Go to File > Batch Export. The Export Queque window will now appear with the files you have selected located in a newly formed bin. Each bin that you create (Command B) has its own export settings properties and you can manipulate them by clicking on the Settings tab located at the bottom of the Export Queque.

If you wish to add more files to Batch Export Queque, simply drag the desired files from the browser window to a bin.

3 After you have set the individual export properties for each bin, click the Export tab at the bottom of the Queque.

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